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in washington at the pentagon, americans took a moment to mark the sullen anniversary. president obama and the first lady paid tribute to the victims of the attack at the 9/11 pentagon memorial dedicated on september 11th, 2008, the pentagon memorial is the oldest of the three memorials. for many today it was the place they wanted to be to take time to reflect and remember. fox 5's tom fitzgerald live at the pentagon. tom. >> reporter: brian, you know, this was a different memorial than we have seen in past years. president obama made his address, as you said, this morning to victims' families and pentagon officials, and the memorial itself remained closed until noon today. we can tell you that the size of the crowds we saw today were smaller but it is also true to say that the people who came here told us they still feel very strongly about this place and that day 11 years after 9/11. on a stretch of land just next to the pentagon sits 183 benches bearing 183 names, one for each of the victims that dade here on 9/11. >> i don't know, it's just a wonderful place to sit and reflect. >>
are happening at the pentagon. >> several top brass are due to speak including president obama. we get latest now from our own melanie alnwick live at the pentagon this morning. >> reporter: good morning, tony. president obama and the first lady are scheduled to arrive here around 9:20 this morning to honor the friends, family and colleagues of so many people here in the d.c. area killed that day. this morning, a large flag was hung outside the pentagon, the section that was hit that morning, just as it was september 12, 2001, the day after the attack of 2001 when the flag was hung. not too long ago there was a moment of silence on t lawn at the white house to market first planes hitting the world trade center at 8:46 and 9:02. it was then we realized that america was under attack! here at the pentagon the memorial service begins at 9:0. president obama will take part in a wreath-laying ceremony. the army's chief of chaplains will give the invocation and a moment of silence at 9:37. as you mentioned remarks by the president as well as defense officials including the chairman of the joint chie
look right now at the pentagon which was heavily damaged by one of the hijack airplanes. more than 100 people died, there are actually 100 president obama will attend a ceremony later today >> we have to live reports for you today. melissa, but first, susan mcginnis live at the pentagon with the very latest >> good morning, the president and the first lady are at the pentagon taking part in a ceremony there, one of many memorial service is happening around the country as america stops to remember. >> to september 11th memorial's began early this morning when a large american flag was unfurled over the side of the pentagon. it is a tribute to those who did the same of the morning of september 12, 2001. in new york, families of victims will read aloud the names of their loved ones. in pennsylvania, luminarias let the wall with the names of the 40 victims of united flight 93 are etched in stone. good news out of washington for first responders and a last- minute deal means a key piece of the 911 memorial is back on track. the 911 foundation and the states of new york and new jersey reache
. the flag is at half staff after theozen years terror attack. pentagon was in the plane hit the building e people andcu retrieve victims. when i think about the pentagon or anything here, i think about all of us and how share a special bond that terrific day. this first-time visitor to the memorial brought her 3-year- daughter and outfitted in patriotic colors. believe thed to tv were here on where it took place. it is just incredible. memorial bench honors a colonel killed inside the pentagon. today, it's surrounded by her aree or the sisters who r life. ing he you see that image of the flag and ith the back all overte again. 11 years later, it just seems unreal still. of silencea moment at 9:37. the entire ceremony lasted just minutes. a far more toned down ceremony on the 10thar anniversary. >> thank you. in new york city, the ceremony ground zero is different this year. time, families instead of politicians read the killed in the d trade center. a moment of silence was held with towers once stood. hundreds of people visited the d trade center memorial to their respects to loved ones an
died when the twin towers fell. >> in a few minutes there will be a moment of silence at the pentagon to mash the 189 people who died there -- to mark the 189 people who died there. we have already seen two moments of silence one at the white house, another at ground zero. special report coming up tpwaoeufpltd morning i'm eric tom -- coming up. good morning i'm eric thomas. >>> and i'm kristen sze. >>> clouds along the coast to spill across the golden gate into the bay hard time hanging around back to the coast quickly. good morning. dry out there on our satellite and radar. let's talk about the day planner at the coast, cloudy, 40s, 50s now, a few pockets of sun not as sunny as it was yesterday, upper 50s mid 60s by being. partly cloudy through 7:00, a lot of sunshine around account up to 7:00, temperatures top out around -- around 9:00, up to 7:00, temperatures top out around 70 to 80. inland warmest off to a cool start with 40s and 50s warm quickly foot 70s and 80s by noon hang out in the upper 70s, %ltób>@d >>> 3 towards 580 westbound, earlier accident hop yard and first cleared.
and the triumphs since the attacks. and minutes from now remembering the lives lost at the pentagon. president obama will soon be on his way there. there, he will be laying a wreath. they'll have a ceremony and also deliver some remarks. not only the president but the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, army general martin dempsey will deliver marks as well. >> we are also in shanksville, pennsylvania, where the final hijacked airliner crashed into a field after hero passengers fought back. vice president joe biden is there. we're expecting him to speak at the top of this 10:00 hour, an hour from now. >>> first at new york's ground ze zero, a sign of healing. an overnight breakthrough that now clears the way for a museum on the site. we'll have more on that in a minute. poppy harlow is at ground zero. >> it is a beautiful, clear, crisp morning here. really reminiscent about 9/11 itself, a day just like that day. we spent the morning talking to family members. bob hughes, here with his wife, remembering their 30-year-old son, chris hughes, who was killed. he was a trader on the 89th floor of
'll bring you the somber moments from ground zero, the pentagon and shanksville, pennsylvania and some of the memories what is good in some ways about the strength and courage and power of patriotism in the country on that day. bill: as family members take turns stepping up to the microphone you will see various shots throughout the skyline here in new york city. the freedom tower, formally known as the freedom tower, now world trade center 1. about a year and a half. 1776 feet tall. it is a remarkable sight to see. what they have accomplished in lower manhattan. and also it's up for debate as what they have yet to get done. we'll move through all the top ibbs throughout the day here. it was so striking to hear, say hello to daisy up there. daisy could be the pet dog or pet cat or maybe the goldfish that left us some time ago. it is those poignant moments we will hear on and on the next couple hours. >> my sister-in-law. [moment of silence] >> craig michael black. richard middleton blood, jr.. >> michael andrew bacardi. >> michael bochi [o. >> susan bochino. >> mary katherine boca. >>
at the time. is marking the anniversary. been 11 years since the world trade the pentagon. memorial ceremonies are being scaled back. it is a time for reflection and recovery. only those who lost loved ones spoke at ground zero. the names of all people lost their lives. >> it has been the same thing years, it is time to do different. >> vice president joe biden pennsylvania.in the plane there went down near shenksville. tosengers on board tried the hijackers but we're remembering the 9/11 anniversary here at home. memorial ceremonies have been under way all morning long. >> let's go to brianne carter her. pentagon, the little whileke a ago. today was similar to ago.day 11 years ceremony that happened here was one of the remembrances held across our region today. [taps] thelemn start to the day in capital has been a stop reflect on loss 11 years ago. outside the white house today, a moment of silence. standing on hallowed ground of pentagon, barack obama laid wreath to late -- to honor the people who died from flight crashed.t the president says more than a decade after, the country is safer an
trade center it rises 1368 feet above the city sigh skyline. an american flag trappes the pentagon where 184 victims died. the president and fist lady laid a wreath on the memorial and had a moment of silence the time the pla second plane flew into the building. there were the names of the people who died after the attacks. >> in shanksville, pennsylvania members read the names of the 40 passengers who died on united flight 93. that plane crashed into a field when passengers fought back against the hijackers likely saving more lives. we are getting a new look at the progress of the world trade center site now. this time lapse video shows one world trade rise from the ashes. the steel framework reached the tower's 104th and final floor. the building is set to open in 2014 with 3 million square feet of office space. the building's height right now matches the height of the world trade center twin towers. the new one world trade center is on the left side of the screen, but architects say the expire set on the top will give it an additional 408 feet. rick leventhal has the news and he's liv
live. at 6:30 the president is headed to the pentagon. he will be speaking with this memorial service. we will follow the latest. other events taking place in the bay area. with more coming up in just a little bit. >> 6:01 let us take a look at the weather in the traffic. >> good morning. we do have some fog as we are driving out this morning. but it is not impacting visibility. there are issues for the bay. but the majority is not impacted. mainly we are in the 50s. expect sunny and warm conditions. temperatures for the most part will be '70s and '80s. that fog will return for this evening a fall look at your kron 4 7 day around the bay coming up in just a bit. >> a pretty decent drive. for the westbound 80 and a good check. the only area of concern is the 580 west lb. the west 580 there of already been two accidents on 580 westbound. we could be starting off with a difficult commute again for the five rates are westbound. curley, the south bay, the north bay are still light but the 580 a bit difficult. >> a new store with an apartment fire that ended up with one person being injured
. >> and at the pentagon, that will start in just about 30 minutes from now. leon panetta will be there speaking and talking directly not only to the american people but to the families of the victims. that also includes a wreathe laying and a moment of silence and president barack obama will be there as well. just a moment ago, you watched here live on ktvu channel 2 morning news as the president and first lady led a moment of silence on the lawn of the white house and last night 40 lanterns were place -- lanterns were placed in shanksville pennsylvania where the plane crashed and you can see that at the bottom of the memorial. they represent the 40 passengers and crew members who died on that flight on september 11th, 11 years ago. it was original bound for san francisco vice-president joseph biden will be speaking there at the shangri-la -- shanksville pennsylvania memorial. >>> allie rasmus is live in fremont to tell us how the south bay is marking this day, allie? >>> we are at the veterans memorial in fremont and you can see there is a group of about 35 to 40 people taking part in a can te
throughout the site of the terror attacks. a memorial ates the pentagon. brianne carter is outside the pentagon where the president will arrive later this morning. the anniversary of this tragedy that changed country several eventsby around our area, including at pentagon and several other events around the country. after last year's 10-year celebration and anniversary, we that this year the be moreations will quiet, but no less passionate. at ground zero the names of nearly 3000 victims died will be in frontthe first time and the family members will be the only ones to speak. president obama and the first will be here this morning. bills of more don't will be tolled in shanksville, pennsylvania. there will be moments of silence cities.al expected to be a somber moment that will be happening at events throughout the day. that will be something to follow. reporting live, brianne carter. >> the service and the pentagon several memorials planned for today. offered at the national cathedral at 8:45. members of congress will assemble care packages for soldiers at 10:00 a.m. at 11:30, a
-hanging fruit first. for me the low-hanging fruit is the pentagon. there was a time when i was a conservative and i thought if you want to cut the pentagon budget committee must be some comic that is america. when you look closely come you got to understand the pentagon -- the department of defense is the only department not subject to audit. that doesn't mean that they feel the audit were good heavens look at all the the things we found. they are not even subject to audit. so what we've been figuring out piece by piece is for example since 9/11 in the nine years after 9/11, the pentagon budget when not. the increase in the pentagon budget was about to trying dollars during those years. when trying to the wars, but the other trillion, nobody quite knows where it went to. the air force has been scaled back. that may be spent scaled-back. the the army increased marginally, but it's budget was vastly increase. where did the money go? this is a crisis we are enduring this going to have to require liberals than conservatives to rethink some of their -- we examine some sacred cows and family can af
and participate in ceremonies at the white house and the pentagon. monday families already gaertd near shanksville, pennsylvania, along with defense secretary leon panetta. they were remembering the victims who died fighting to keep their plane from reaching the capitol. >> they gave their lives for all they loved. they gave their lives for the families they loved and for the country they loved and there is no greater sacrifice. >> reporter: back in lower manhattan construction is resuming on the memorial museum that sat unfinished for nearly a year while the port authority which owns the site battled over financing with the memorial foundation. >> i'm great fied that on the eve of 9/11 we're able to announce an agreement that i think will ensure the completion of the 9/11 museum. >> without a museum this memorial doesn't teach you anything. it doesn't tell them anything about what happened on that day. >> reporter: a positive step forward on a project that for many will make this tribute complete. and in the last 24 hours some relief for residents and first responders who have suffered from cance
events at the pentagon, new york city and in shanksville, pennsylvania. vice president joe biden will be speaking there today. yesterday defense secretary leon panetta visited the flight 93 national memorial calling it the final resting place of american patriots. >> it's the spirit that was reflected in the heroes here who were willing on a plane to suddenly charge ahead knowing -- knowing that it was very likely that they were giving their lives for their country. that kind of sacrifice, that kind of commitment, that kind of dedication, that kind of courage is what makes this country strong. and we had damn well better remember that every day. >> reporter: here's a look at how you can remember 9/11 here in washington at 9:37 this morning, the exact moment the third plane flew into the pentagon, there's going to be a moment of silence at arlington national cemetery and the cemetery will be open to the public. but not open to the public, the pentagon memorial. it's going to be closed from 5:00 a.m. to noon for a private ceremony for the survivors and the victims' families. if you
live outside the pentagon with earlier todayice and this evening. >> a changed nation paused in thousands off the lost on september 11. 184 here at the pentagon. a local university also paused remember. >> 11 years after the attacks, of you areny here to join in our commemoration. >> hundreds of george washington university students likely thewhat was youngt day of their lives. see the smoke the pentagon. >> 11 years ago, a series of terrorist attacks started the horizon and our hearts. never forget what happened that day. >> students and faculty paid theire to those who lost lives, including nine george washington alumni. >> andrew k friedman, a graduate of the colombian college. >> a time of reflection and gratitude. ♪ y home sweet home >> earlier in the day, the president placed a wreath where the plane smashed into the pentagon. >> he was there on that day, the deadurvivors and from the rubble. >> it changed me as an also america. >> 9/11 should not be a day of hate or division. be a day for a stable world, a stronger nation, and a evere more united than before. >> pres
. one of the biggest memorial ceremonies is happening at the pentagon at 9:30 this morning. president obama is could to speak along with other top pentagon brass and we'll have live coverage. >> in addition to the services at the pentagon, there are remembrance ceremonies and events in communities newout northern virginia and maryland. there are also service projects in the district and on capitol hill. >>> up in the big apple, a commemmoration ceremony is set for later this morning. but this year, no government officials will be speaking at ground zero. family members will instead read the names of the victims who died 11 years ago today. in pennsylvania, 40 lanterns lit up the night last night. thousands of people gathered at the memorial site in shanksville to remember those who were lost. later on today, vice president joe bidening scheduleto visit the flight 93 memorial. >>> leopanetta stopped by the memorial yesterday in shanksville where he toured the wall of names. it pays tribute to the 40 passengers and crew members who lost their lives taking down the plane to d.c. >>> the
the attacks at the pentagon, new york and pennsylvania, president obama remembers those lost and ensures the world our country is safer and our people are resilient. welcome, i'm barbara harrison. >> i'm keith russell. it's september 11, 2012. with the ringing of the bell and a bugler playing "taps," president barack obama, first lady michelle obama and white house staffers observed a moment of silence for those who lost their lives 11 years ago. just one of many happening today. news 4s megan mcgrath live on the pentagon where another ceremony wrapped up. hey, megan. >> reporter: that's right. the ceremony just wrapped up here. many family members moved over to the victims memorial, which is closed to the general public, reserved for the family members to have a quiet moment this afternoon to reflect. the ♪ itself was short. only a few people spoke, including president barack obama. that was done on purpose. there was an effort here to keep this event low key and to limit the attendance to those who lost loved ones in the attack on the pentagon. the sunrises above the pentagon usherin
years ago today, four hijacked planes slammed into the world trade center, the pentagon and a field in shanksville, pennsylvania killing 2,977 innocent people, most of them 2,753 of the victims at ground zero in new york. 184 people died at the pentagon, and 40 victims died in pennsylvania when the heros of united flight 93 banded together to try to take back the aircraft from the hijackers before they crashed it into an open field. right now you can see all of the names of the victims on that banner that crawls across the bottom of our screen. and for the very first time only family members of the victims and not elected officials are speaking at the ceremony at new york's ground zero. president obama and the first lady attended a ceremony at the passenger today. the president laying a wreath before making comments. >> the true legacy of 9/11 will not be one of fear or hate or division, it will be a safer world, a stronger nation, and a people more united than ever before. god bless the memories of those we lost. jon: you won't have to watch any attack ads today, both the president
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about the pentagon, none of this. we are ignorant of all these facts. >> we got down to the ground floor, cops and firefighters and ems workers were there. dibrae was falling down, it looks like confeto a ticker-tape parade. they were tellingitous run, just go. run, run, run, run. they stayed back. sacrificing themselves so that brian and i could live. >> all units, by citywide order, all off-duty firefighters and off-duty officers are hereby recalled. by order of the city, all off-duty firefighters and all off-duty officers are ordered by recall immediately. >> president bush is about to speak in florida at what was supposed to be a joyous event in an elementary school. >> ladies and gentlemen, this is a difficult moment for america. i unfortunately will be going back to washington after my remarks. secretary pace and the lieutenant governor will discuss education. i want to thank the folks here at booker elementary school for their hospitality. today, we have had a national tragedy. two airplanes have crashed into the world trade center in an apparent terrorist attack on our country. i
and there's people coming and going. we know nothing about hijacked airplanes about the pentagon, none of this. we are ignorant of all of these facts. >> we got down to the ground floor, cops and firefighters and ems workers were there. debris was falling down. it looked like confetti on a ticker day parade. they were telling us to run, just go, run, run, run. they stayed back sacrificing themselves so that brian and i could live. order, all off-duty firefighters and off-duty officers are hereby recalled. by order of the city, all off-duty firefighters and all off-duty officers are ordered by >> president bush is about to speak. he's in florida in what was supposed to be a joyous event at an elementary school but listen in. >> ladies and gentlemen, this is a difficult moment for america. i unfortunately will be back to washington after my remarks. secretary and the governor will take the podium to discuss education. i do want to thank the folks at the booker elementary school for their hospitality. today we have had a national tragedy. two airplanes have crashed into the world trade ce
in new york, the pentagon, and shanksville, pennsylvania, to honor those who lost their lives that day. fox's craig boswell has a look now from the world trade center site in manhattan. >> reporter: 11 years later and still no word. bells chiming at the white house marking the solemn day of remembrance. president obama, along with first lady michelle obama bowing their heads in prayer mourning all those who perished. many of those, relatives of the victims. just as in years past they read their loved ones' names aloud. >> i wish you could see how big dunn and phillip are now. that my uncle martin michael worely, we miss you. >> it was a day like this one, a clear blue sky, but a sky that would soon be filled with clouds of smoke and prayers of a nation shaken to its core. >> reporter: and in pennsylvania, vice president joe biden laying a wreath to those who died. the worst terror attack in u.s. history on the minds of all, general john allen taking the time to reconfirm our commitment. >> 11 years from that day there should be no doubt that our dedication to this commitment remains st
] >> we are live this morning at the pentagon for a remembrance ceremony honoring the victims of the september 11 attacks on this day 11 years ago hijacked airlines flight crashed into the west side of the pentagon killing all 59 passengers on board as well as 125 people in the building. as guests continue to arrive at the site, the ceremony will unfold this morning. coming up at 9:37 there will be a moment of silence. that will be followed by remarks from president obama, secretary leon panetta and and and joint chiefs of staff general martin dempsey. >> who perished during the attack on the pentagon on september 11, 2001. we have -- please listen now as the navy brass quintet plays a prelude concert. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [background sounds] [background sounds] the. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [background sounds] [background sounds] [background sounds] [background sounds] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [background sounds] [background sounds] [background sounds] [background
for the economy. nancy cordes is with the president in florida. why is the pentagon paying for a workshop on klingons? one senator says billions in waste can be cut from the military's budget. and on the ball-- tony guida profiles a wounded veteran on the front lines at the u.s. open. >> just because i've been to war and i lost my leg doesn't mean that it changes who i am. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> atkinson: good evening. i'm sharyl attkisson. we begin tonight with violent weather cross the country from the entire east coast to the midwest where the storm turned deadly. it's been a saturday of dangerous winds, heavy rains, severe floods, and tornadoes. elaine quijano reports. >> reporter: new yorkers are used to see a lot of things-- >> oh, my god. >> reporter: but not this. >> that's insane! that's insane! >> reporter: a tornado hit the beachfront community of preezy point in new york, about 15 miles southeast of manhattan. it snapped power lines and caused minor damage. authorities say there were no injuries, but the storm rattled people like caitlin
/11. from new york to the pentagon to shanksville, pennsylvania. fox's rick leventhal has a look at today's memorial. >> for the 11th time since the worst terror attacks on american soil, somber ceremonies honored the lives lost and heroic sacrifices made. >> although he threw himself from the building, i know that god was waiting for him below and caught him in his arms. >> at the national 9/11 memorial in new york, family members read the names of the nearly 3,000 victims. >> and our son, glenn davis kerwin. >> a bell tolled six times marking the moments hijacked planes crashed into both world trade towers, the pentagon, and a field in pennsylvania and when the twin towers fell. >> no matter how many anniversaries you experience for at least an instant, the terror that moment returns. >> while the vice president marked the occasion in shanksville, the president took part in solemn ceremonies at the white house. arlington cemetery and the pentagon. >> this is never an easy day, but it is especially difficult for all of you. the families of nearly 3,000 innocence who lost their li
to abolish everything but to me you take a low hanging fruit first and it's the pentagon ha. there was a time i thought if you want to cut the budget you must hate america and all that but when you look closely you have to understand the pentagon from the department of defense is the only department that isn't subject to audit. that doesn't mean they failed or look at all the things we found they are not even subject to what we've been figuring out piece by piece is that since 1911 the pentagon budget went up. the increase was 2 trillion. 1 trillion went to the board met with the other nobody knows where it went because the air force has been scaled back, the navy is scaled back and the army increased marginally but
at the pentagon. >> michelle, many people here in the washington area are saying that if you look up to the sky, it reminds them of 11 years ago, another bright sunny clear morning, and day, as the nation pays tribute to the victims, first responders, and america's military. >> ♪ national anthem >> hundreds of people gathered to remember loved ones lost in the largest terror attack in u.s. history. family members read the names of nearly 3000 people, killed on this day 11 years ago. in washington, president and mrs. obama observed a moment of silence on the white house south lawn. at 9:37 a.m., another moment of silence at the pentagon to remember the 184 lives lost there. >> this is never an easy day but it is especially difficult for all of you. the families of nearly 3000 innocence that lost their lives. >> the secretary of defense told those gathered at the pentagon ceremony that in trying to attack american strength, the terrorist unleashed american spirit and the will to fight for their country. members of congress gathered on the capitol steps, much like they did 11 years ago. in penns
. the pentagon has had to go through massive upgrade in the past five years because of vulnerability. the state of cyber security right now was very bad. you cannot really overstate that. we are very vulnerable. the question is whether the legislation would change that. you cannot dictate something that technology cannot work around. that is one of the questions that came up in the online piracy, if you implement certain roles, criminals will work around it is trying to get companies to take seriously the issue of threat. i think they do, depending on the bottom line. if the threat is small enough -- you know. if it is catastrophic, the company could go out of business. there are companies that make that bet. that is spreading, especially when you talk about a company that consumers depend on for part of their livelihood, like power transportation. >> there are some corporate interests that want some kind of legislation because they want information about cyber threats from the government. they all met -- they want it almost like a one-way street. they want the information, but they do not nece
. marking the 11th anniversary of the day hijacked planes hit the world trade center, the pentagon, and a field in pennsylvania. that unforgettable date is now associated with unforgettable traditions observing the loss. emily schmidt with a look at today's memorials. >> at ground zero, at the pentagon in a pennsylvania field, this was the 11th year people gathered for an anniversary that doesn't feel like history. >> most of us still remember 9/11 like it was yesterday. >> crystal clear morning, much like today. >> it was a day like this one. a clear, blue sky. a sky that would soon be filled with cloudsf smoke and prayers of a nation shaken to its core. >> connor e.gallow. reading the name of 2753 people who lost their lives in new york. honoring all the victims with moments of silence, gathering at sites that have become sacred ground. >> it is a bittersweet moment for the entire nation. for all the country. particularly, for those family members gathered here today. >> on capitol hill, members of congress gathered to remember what was lost and what was saved during the a
on world trade center and pentagon and flight 93. this morning the nation will pause to remember. the lives risked to be saved at the world trade center a ruling to help pay for medical costs. details on this. some say it's welcomed news. classrooms are empty for a second day in a row in chicago. more information on contract negotiations that has teachers saying they are not budging. details on those stories and more happening on this tuesday morning. thanks for joining us. and wake up with us i am meg -- waking up with us i am megan prinkel along with lynette charles and lauren cook is monitoring the roads. >> reporter: so far so good. did you watch the game. >> a little bit of it. i was surprised when i woke up when i went to bet it was 17-13 and i did and a great way to wake up. >> reporter: i know. i was shocked by that scoreboard. >> i know. you went late i got to the first quarter when it was 10. >> it was a whipping. >> hopefully the orioles win. >> and we have good weather for them as well. we can see the start of the day is on the cool side. 50 at emmettsburg. and 52 in sykesville.
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